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Interpretation of BMW's philosophy (archive)

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Posted by Myron on October 15, 2001 at 13:05:03:

In Reply to: Re: That's where you are wrong. posted by Kenny on October 15, 2001 at 12:46:25:

Just a comment -

A car is manufactured to appeal to a large number of buyers. Hopefully, there are enough buyers to justify building a large number of vehicles.

In my own case, I looked around for a station wagon with enough power to hit 140 and handle like a sports car. I really didn't see many to choose from on my local auto dealers' lots.

I recently drove an Expedition. A very popular ride around my neighborhood. Not my cup of tea, thank you. I think I'll continue modifying my Touring until I feel it's just right.

If someone wants my 300hp, manual tranny wagon when I am done with it. Just call me. We can discuss resale value.

Regards,

Myron S. Marcyniak
Lone Star Chapter BMWCCA
'92 525iT (supercharged, but probably not within the BMW corporate/legal philosophy)





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